Social Skills Groups

college student learningUnfortunately social skill development is often overlooked in the classroom.  Making and keeping friends, reading body language, and showing empathy for others are skills regularly taken for granted.


CUSP professionals recognize this and develop social skill groups based on the needs of the participants.  We take the everyday life of high school and college into consideration to help facilitate topics ensuring students can relate and participate in social skill activities.


These skills are then carried into real life situations and employed.  The results are a better understanding of social cues and strategies to compartmentalize daily interactions with others.

For more information on CUSP social skill groups contact CUSP today.

  • CUSP Educational Services
    4 Washington Place Suite 3
    Troy, NY 12180
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    T: 518 – 203 – 3913
    F: 855 – 425 – 9671

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    “The CUSP Program is one of the obscure resources entirely devoted toward preparing students with Asperger’s syndrome for the often-difficult transition to college life.  The program deals with deficiencies related to executive functioning skills, self-advocacy, organization, structuring an abundance of free time, and the typical attitudes that can spoil one’s college experience.”  J. Saperstein, Author,

    March 28, 2015

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